Sherry Levin Wallach, NYSBA Secretary
“As co-creator of the Trial Academy in 2009 and NYSBA Secretary, I am honored to bring to you a revitalized program for 2021. Starting on June 23, we are offering a 13-part webinar series running through to December 2020, detailing trial techniques you won’t find anywhere else. From Handling a Virtual Hearing to Expert Testimony, we’ve created trial programs to cover topics during our current virtual climate, as well as planning ahead for a return to the new normal. The series will culminate in a live Trial Academy program at Syracuse Law School in March, 2021 where distinguished judges, seasoned trial attorneys and experts will host a mock trial, as well as teach small group sessions where you’ll learn critical trial skills. You’ll attend daily lectures and benefit from one-on-one critiques of your performance. This is a must-attend event and I look forward to seeing you there.”
Attend the revitalized 2021 NYSBA Trial Academy, a five-day trial techniques program, for a career changing experience:
- Work with your small group Team Leader to learn critical trial skills
- Attend daily lectures given by distinguished trial attorneys and judges
- Benefit from one-on-one critiques of your performance
- Gain mentors for your professional life, and become part of the invaluable Trial Academy community
In addition to this live program, you will receive access to all 13 webinar programs listed below (Note: Also available for individual registration), detailing virtual trial techniques that you won’t find anywhere else. Attend them live or watch the recorded version before the live program in March, 2021. The virtual series includes topics from Expert Testimony to Handling a Virtual Hearing and everything in between.
This is a must-attend event for attorneys navigating the new virtual court system.
The Virtual Court System: Challenges of Converting to Virtual Courtroom and the Pitfalls of Virtual Practice.
Topics to be discussed:
- Guiding you through the transition into the on-line court proceedings
- How do they differ from what we are used to?
- What tools do we need to succeed in an online court environment?
- Dynamic with Clients – virtual v. in person communication
- Discussion about what preceding are being handled virtually through the different stages of court reopenings